Bridges I've traveled
Princeton's Covered Wooden Bridge
County Road 8 over the decomissioned Hennepin Canal, south of Wyanet IL
Even old wooden bridges - still standing!
Ken near US Route 52 over the Mississippi River at Savanna IL
US Route 20 over the Mississippi River at Dubuque IA
White Pines State Park - anti-bridge
US Route 41 over the Portage River at Houghton / Hancock MI
Upper deck for auto traffic, lower deck originally for train traffic,
now for snowmobiles
Interstate 90's floating bridge near Seattle WA
Washington State Route 104's Hood
Canal Floating Bridge
, Tacoma WA.
The bridge that fell apart (this is
Oregon is known for their bridges!
The crazy long US Route 101 over the Columbia River between the states
of Oregon and Washington
A lift bridge a few miles south of the Columbia River bridge
Many Oregon bridges sported a gothic style
California has a few...
Route US 1 south of Monterey CA
The 24 mile long Lake
north of New
Interstate 275 south of St. Petersburg FL
Interstate 10 in Mississippi?
A long and low bridge to cross the wetlands.
Interstate 10 in Alabama?
Now for the eastern side of the U.S.
The bridges to Key West Florida
Each isn't too noteworthy but combined they are something.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
Not a bridge, but cool & old technical... Fenelon / 4th Street
Elevator, Dubuque IA (still in operation)
At night during the fireworks festival
Penghu Islands, Taiwan
Penghu Great Bridge
Bridge over the river Kwai
I didn't realize it
at first, but in reading the Wikipedia page on
the Pontchartrain Causeway it said that the elevated tollway in Bangkok
is considered by some to be the longest bridge in the world, with the
Pontchartrain Causeway coming in second.
Here's a pic of the underside of the Bangkok Elevated Tollway, Bang
One bridge I was anticipating to find but did not - the railroad swing
bridge over the Mississippi River at Sabula IA